British start-up Liberty Electric Cars has unveiled a sci-fi chic electric delivery van called the Deliver.
According to Liberty, the Deliver’s power-train consists of a lithium-nickel-manganese-cobalt oxide battery pack of indeterminate size and in-wheel electric motors.
Which wheels those motors power, or the vehicle’s total power output, remains unspecified. As does the amount of time it takes to charge the battery.
Liberty does quote a 62-mile range and a top speed of 62 mph, however.
That doesn't compare favorably with the stated performance of the upcoming Nissan e-NV200, but it does boast jaw-dropping styling and an attention drawing front bubble.
Whether Liberty Electric Cars will be able to deliver the Deliver into customer hands remains to be seen.
Even so, its an interesting entry into this year's increasingly interesting field of electric contenders.